- Rated 5 out of 5by Franz IT, 5 years agoSo far so good. Works like a charm and is easy to configure to avoid issues
- Rated 5 out of 5by AndyL964, 5 years agoGreat addon! No more having to look at all the garbage included in the url!
Is it possible if you could add support for Firefox Android? It will be really helpful, especially since the address bar is a lot shorter on the mobile version.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 12654054, 5 years agoSuch a useful add-on! Thank you very much for developing it!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Rick, 5 years agoThere are snippets at the bottom of the New Tab Page in Firefox, and i clicked on one and it took me here - https://blog.mozilla.org/internetcitizen/2018/05/23/gdpr-mozilla/?snippet_name=8315#utm_source=desktop-snippet&utm_medium=snippet&utm_campaign=13thingsGDPR&utm_term=8315&utm_content=REL
My question is how do i create a Parameter for this? i tried everything and nothing works to completely clean it, only partially clean it. And it's not because of extensions on Mozilla websites because i have set the correct preferences in about:config to fix that.
Also, on certain Amazon pages, such as https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013CCTJKE - if you change options such as 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB, sometimes it will add ?th=1 to the end of the URL, if i delete ?th=1 and press enter the URL will go back to a complete clean URL. is there anyway to create a parameter for this? i've seen some product pages, the ?th=1 will always come back no matter what, which makes me believe there is no parameter to create for this.
i've tried firstname.lastname@example.org and it doesn't work. Maybe you can take a look at this and figure something out.
Thank You in advance.
i found another Amazon URL that i can't figure out how to clean with a parameter - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AZWYUA4?aaxitk=EHCrA6mbNmFFgn2BVN57lg&pd_rd_i=B00AZWYUA4&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=5582544217303223519&pf_rd_s=desktop-sx-top-slot&pf_rd_t=301&pf_rd_i=rOtring+600&hsa_cr_id=2522701590101&_encoding=UTF8&tag=cavemancircus-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=c1fb83f30f4992600b99db7c319e6f7d&camp=1789&creative=9325
- Rated 5 out of 5by trim, 5 years agoWow this addon really do the job. Love the feature of being able to edit my own rule.
Just want to ask how this addon works: Is it: a) Load a url >> remove tracking link >> go the the page OR b) Load a url >> go to the page with tracking link >> removing tracking url >> go to the page with clean url. If the answer a) then it's all good.
I use this addon primarily to remove ebay tracking link (_trksid, _trkparms, hash, si, item & still adding). But I had encountered a problem when I put _trksid@ebay.* - this rule did not work in ebay.com.my site. ebay have different kind of site like ebay.com, ebay.co.uk, ebay.com.au, ebay.ca for example. So is the rule I put only works in ebay.com only?
To fix the issue indirectly, I just put _trksid globally so the addon just block it regardless of different domain.Hi and thank you for your review.
To answer your question, it's option A. Regarding your ebay issue: I will investigate and track that in https://github.com/Smile4ever/firefoxaddons/issues/135
Thank you for using Neat URL!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Mark, 5 years agoI'm not sure if it's working or not. Whenever I search addons.mozilla and I find an addon I might be interested in I click on the link and open it in a new tab. The URL in the address bar says, "https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/neat-url/?src=search". If I wanted to bookmark this addon I'd have to go up and select the "?src=search" and delete that part of it and reload the tab to get a clean URL.
After I installed your addon I thought it would remove the "?src=search" part of it, but it didn't. So I opened your addons options and I entered "?src=" (without the quotes) then saved the preferences. I even put a comma and space before it to separate it from all your other entries. Anyhow that didn't work. Then I tried entering, "?src=search" (again without the quotes) and that didn't work; neither did "?src=*".
Why won't your addon remove the "?src=search" part of the URL? What am I doing wrong, can you help?
EDIT: Thank you Geoffrey De Belie, using just "src" (without the quotes) worked perfectly. I adjusted my rating.Hi. You need to use "src" or "email@example.com" to make it work, omitting the question mark and the double quotes. Please let me know if that fixes it for you, thanks.